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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR >*!E LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCf OBER 24,1010 Xetbbvfo$e "foevalfc Xctbbrtdgc, Hlberta DAILY AMD WMKLV �rearletere and Publishes* |MB LBTHBRICxfc HKRALD PRINT. INQ COMPANY, LIMITtC : IM fth street uth, L�W��*Mt� W. A. Buchanan PraaKtaat and Managing DUMM fee* Tomict   Busiuses Mi TILFPHONM Oftice .............- Jff� Office ...........ff BUtBM* SsUtoral ukvertatien Ritaai Bally, delivered. t�r week ,r*}�� Weekly, br mall, par year t# TJ.B..IM* Dales of Mptry a( mbaorlatioM pear dally on address label aesea*-ascs af paper* titt aiplratiuB date It ear aithority to contlaaa tie tab-sertftiem.__ MAKE A FIT ANSWER TO THE HUN The German line it crumbling-Every new strain on it finds out a toft place. Increasingly our arm , in can break it almott it their will. There it ttill a month of pen weather for fighting ahead. During that month anything may happen. But. however attractive tie pot  ibllltlet that open up. It would be auicidal tor ut to count In winning final victory thlt year. Over-ton fidence may (pell failure even now. For any oeoee not bated en vie-tory meant failure. in the oatt four yeart we have stsod the trial of adversity and agony. We mitt be taual to the more tubtle and intidloua tettt cf thla time when thingt go wall. Vigilance i> what we need today. We mutt net. by agreeing, to anything ahort of a dictated peace, catt away, on the very eve at com piste triumph, the fruits of the laet four yeart. We mutt net aound the knell of humanity't hl.h hope. We mutt neither palter or parley with the unclean German thing. 80 do your thare. Make reed/ for the Victory Loan. Prepare ts make It a fit antwer to the Hun Lift no your heart. On to Victory On to the only Peace control the external affairs of a quarter of mankind." A large seotlon of the 1'nlonlst party favors � federal system, while Liberals and Uaborltes will support the general principle tf It can be applied to Ireland In such a way as to satisfy the just claims, of that country. Federalism has often been advanced as a means of straightening ont the met* In Ireland. H would mesn making provinces or states of Iroland. Scotland. England and Wales with a contra! parliament for the Kingdom at Ixjndon. just as Canada has provincial legislatures and a Dominion parliament. T PROVEFATAL Mucleod Boy Thrown From a Horse Not Likely to Recover -A Young Man's Death ROBERTSON SHOULD BE MINISTER OF LABOR Canada hat never had a labor man or an employer of labor as Minister of I,abor. Some people arjue that i: Is hotter that a man not associated with Industry should be nt the he.ul of this department Kjprrlenne doerm't prove that to have been a n ;�.> course In (.\1nad3. but experience doc prove that a reel labor m.in as Minister of Labor In 'Urttaln. and also in the Wilson administration at \\ i*h int:ton. can handle labor problem* s much nvre satisfactorily ! We have had a nurnb�r of \.*\ior ' tronbles In Canada rec�n(iv. ,unl j wherever Senator Hohrrtson. a labor ! man. ha* intervened, settlement Ins i resulted. Mr. I'mthers. the Mini^tpr ! of Labor, hardly �rer �ett!e� a strike: j he more frequently "tn-our.ices strike* y  to have i ocfldnnc� in him * PICKED UP IN* PASSING tM aosfSuk Dr. H. B. Montgomery, of Asqulth, Sask., jlled at Vancouver. North Dakota prairie chicken crop Is larger than usual, with fewer huut-era. (from Our Own OtrrespondsnP MaolecJ. Oct. 23.-About, P o'clock tills morning Jank. the second son of Mrs. Xootoman, of 1'earce, went to the pasture. caught a saddle pony and brought him to the barn. His brother then i-er.t irni to brine In another horse Hp !�'f; the house on the pony, and ii f"w minutes later the pony w.�s see:: rv.ir -,K down the road alone. On going to ascertain what had happen-1 ed t! : ii'�\or fully recovered. He �.�� f.T er.il, tminths In W. M. C.inipbe'['s offico Ho was A favorite with all who knew him. and loaves many fr.'euds to mourn his los*. Hallway m�n who have been on strike for r.-o weeks, :-ay th�\v will all return \v,.,jrtr ;.,r on Ijr baits upon which I'retlifeM WIHua MAKE THE PROVINCIAL , FORCE EFFICIENT i With the public "hou'ing tm la* nformment anil harlins crlticisni at ttn- provincial police force, that forl po',ic.e��e�i some defr*� of p��bi.sti t ency, t'nder prrsenl t�r.dltit�n� a I new roniuble maf qui! tlte force on ; almoet a momwnt � notice Thore \, no r�*t permar.*n shout �m u a �y�:(tii Men who join t:-.�- fori." should be tworn In for * t*rm of one. two or three yrers. .�� *4l th� ,*�B with the mounted police Tb!� *ivrt prrm�. nener and mak- � room for !>��#. .ort i)' dlipilne. .:j.-h thoulj -its' in a semi mUlt*ry orcicuatiori The force to b�* efficient �nuld �.> he well ttjinnrd. and Shi* u not now thi rate The l>�ihiirid�.- dlvl BIG VEGETABLES AI ILK RIVER 1 Seven children, six girls and one boy. the ordeal thirteen yours of age, were brought to the Children's Shelter at Chatham, from a place in Camden Township, where they had been left alone. Milk Rivnr. Oct .1 There it a fine di�r'.�v of hical Krown pota!o�-s belr.K �!5o��n in thr window of one uf the village �tore�; two and a half pounds  riitii* 1'itnmon this ynar. The grow-rr� of �uch fine tubers should get good pr�� for seed purpose" Mr. K llejrd h�� two tsrnll's iSwede. each turniii* ;!;* b*�:n at twelve tMxindsaud � t*Ul� be.-t .4t t,..t and a iiuartt�r pn : foil Mr .,' !.!!,). i� building a fir..- modern in,,,, tjjijtj by thirty-two. Mr iu\>i�.iti ;- t!., , o!\t.i. tor, U'...'d b�, ;u�' tie-n t. .>iv."l that JUirv \\ a!kiv.� inn been wounded In dmng hi* bit in Medicine Hat council has' rescinded a motion to abolish the ward system. The U. S. railroad administration has started action against Illegal traffic in pastes. Graham Symington, one of the best known citizens of St. Thomas, passed aways aged fifty-two years. Horace B. Dlbell, Duluth, has been appointed associate justice ot tho Minnesota Supreme Court. Boys in Atchison, Kana p' marks have form- id a "yellow dog" club for the pur-lose ot discouraging unpatriotic re- the let! Ht I-V. .�: i.. h i.l �, .. �j r;nit �r.4 will dUcutt �n armi�fire. arcurdtng ru j miou. one of tl:e :irge.! au� pUe for an arm-; outlying point* la the duis'o.n �mty Utlco to the other itUlnd ouctti** enA m,n M tteiioned at Couito where PfCtWent Wilton �late. m hl� rrply tttt. t,0T4fr tur � couple of !.tt!i�.rnl that he i* not yet ��ti*fied th�t �a-1 mu*f be |.*t.'oll�^ �8>t i�t\rtt\ ..t It i� ii*e]��� to dittut* �n armuti.e Kdmontoa. jr"1 ln�P''tur xtut'-d\ a' with tu�t*i He further >iaie* t.'i�t no . Lethbndlr ' giving them the n,�u armutire will b� arraat^a iti*t mil i�t ' they need and by r�t�b!i*hir.e the m*t (;er.'U4oy to re*um^ hMititti*. for(.e oa a prrmaaeo'. b�#u Tl t- pub-The lintisli army. In the new attack u, n�Ve confi4at>c� In th�t�- tent b-c. Chief .liistice R. M Meredith has civen Judgment upholding the contention advanced on behtlf of Albert Wll-iam Horoan that the grant of $15,000 In by tho city of Toronto to tho tholtc Army Huts was illegal. Major the Hon. Charles Lyell. prln-\tpal Aide to Majorlieneral Maclach-Itn. Military Attache of tho British j Kr.ibatty. died at Washington of an embolism, following an attack ot Spanish influenza. Major I.yell, though only l.'i years ot age. �as a prominent fig,ire !n Knglieh public lite. He had been a member of parliament, and served as parliamentary private secretary to Sir Kdward drey and to Mr. Atnuith. tin the arrival of Great Northern pas�enger train from Montana on Saturday evening, H. C. Chief Provincial Conatjjhle A. .McNeill eoized a trunk klleged to belong to a pasaenger by the name of ("iar!e� O'liourke und ....., irsn.terred tir, Investigation divdged that among Us content* was a 1 'gallon cask ot Hour-hoti whisky. The trunk and contents were seized and O'Rourke will be tried f at Cranbrook ' Th� Oreat War Veterans will send a delegatiou to the town of Langen-burg. Sank., in tiie near'futuro to confer with the town council relative to tho Orman mime* of the streets. This statement was made yesterday by a prominent official of tho Vorkton association. Further discussing this '' matter, he said ho had been informed thut tome of the street names in Lan-genburg were Kaiser, Bismarck. Molt-ke, Von Tirplts and Hlndenburg. Pathmer ScnThidt, a Catholic priest in Cuba, Kan., was tarred by a party of citizens for alleged proj-Oerman sentiments. A consignment of liquor, billed to a local foundry, valued at $500, was seised at London, Ont., ftom a freight car in which It was buried among a heap ot scrap iron. Milton Bird, a farmer of Madoe Township, was instantly killed while assisting in the filling of t. silo when struck on tho head by a heavy weight. Frank. Percy D. nnd Ernest Welch, all young men. and sons of David Welch, of London, Ont., all died within one week from Spanish influenza and Its complications. A standardization of certain commodities entering Into the necessaries of life, accompanied by fixing minimum prices, may shortly be established in Canada. A basket of ripe strawberries picked on October 13th is the record of C. A. Ness, whose farm is located in the direction ot Riviere Qui Harro. near Edmonton. Capt. (Rev.) Roy .1. Kain. chaplain to the troops at Niagara camp since August last, died from Spanish Influenza. His home was at Walkerton, but hit last parish was at Thames-vlllc. MASON & RISCH PIANO VALUES LEAD Intending purchasers will find this particularly true upon investigation. Here they will find pianos that are livc-with-able pianos. Dependable for Service, Quality, and Tone and sold through our "Factory to Home" system at much lower prices than in the average stores, and our EASY PAYMENT PLAN makaa purchase attractive-scattered over mouths lor your convenience. A champion In the bargain line came to us yesterday In part payment far a new Mason & Risch Playar Piano. It* a Plank & Co. Piano-an Instrument worthy of the money asked and we'll matte fees) this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yours for $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED LETHtHIDGE BALMORAL BLOCK PIFTH ST. 8. Ingersoll Council appointed Dr. 3. D. McDonald, medical offlcor of health at a salary ot }2,00O. There wag no issue of tho Aurora Banner last week owing to tho fact that the entire staff is Incapacitated by influenza. Ed. C. Kfner, manager of the Princess Winter Garden nnd Sprlngbnnk Dancing 1'avllion nt Ixjndon. Is dead. He was formerly connected with Canadian theatres as a mauager of houses in Hamilton and Ottawa, and was a prominent mombor of Typographical Union No. 133. At I'eterboro, Tholma Weavor, aged eight mouths, was burned to death and Laly Weavor, aged twq yosrs, was severely burned, as the result of a fire which destroyed tho home ot Charles Weaver. THAT YOU MAY LEND keep flit? Kiddies :i Ktir'.and. wh� re we hope s r.-. >w JUrry left U�t *e u.ii all t�- glad to ��1- �orth of Valt-oeienne*. h��> captured fiOvu priionfert and advanced on * Uve-Wiie front, reaching tue retire bank of the causl north of Valenciencet they have oeen eartousiy u�nd>. �>ii.. thu� far Manr people ndi-ve mat the mounted jiolite form should be retained If the provincial poli*� m tin- ,j Ho!!'!*' Women's In�ti- till" faimr.i jhout $6.('tl by their ThmVisiving t*:nr. hij ChrlaiitM" dinner !i> a��Uff>5 Wake up. MliV Itlver. and il'i n�t li-t tie siet.jiy Hollow wld�-;  ht-it you like that Altogeth er, ji'lih Tt.^ ronaolidated school wa� clos.-d or. i'rlday and i lurch i>�rv!cr^ have W-n >u^t..-rd>d to guard agaln*t Spanish i:.f-4�-:;ia S> f.�r. huvkever. therit (saSi- !.*e!: l.'l fo be [ire- *�tior ;� vt!ik ltiv�-r citizens n.-re eaug.'it in tin- n'ursnti!!e at isth liri!�.;illion a day fYance in 1S70, ia just what Germany > ---- �*ed# iUelf in lill. The alllea should \ ,^scfc iijujM B(|, be *dopt the Bismarck doctrine Ger-, e an(, ,enri !)oluas Qjtny surely can't object since it wa* j ^nted over to the Kaiser as a her own method of dealing with pease for als l0fs fl( ,ne wir jfrtnee nearly 50 year* ago. I d uuul sa are ret oiii- QREAT BRITAIN TRIKt TO OOVERN TOO MANY Mr- Hugh Cbilders, in the uieat number of The Round Table, argues that parliamentary government must sjreak down in the United Kingdom unless the central body is relieved of a great part ot its functions by the Creation of subordinate bodies for the management of local affair. He tnakes these suggestive comparisons-"In Germany there is, iu round numbers, about one government to every 3,500,000 souls, in Switzerland one to every 170,000, in the ,Unlle4 States one to every 3,000,-'000. in Canada one to every 800. 000, in Australia one to every :"0Q,0QQ, in South Africa one to every 1,200.000. In the United Kingdom 15,000,000 people arc *eryed by a single executive and legislature, which have alpo to tir Clark, in his Red l>eer speech, criticized the provincial government far lack of economy bemuse of llifc bulky travelling ezpenaes of the cabinet ministers. What does Dr. Clark think of a government which has a large office, building, su.�4i^i >.ii. isiiiidrcd liiklliunn nt  i,f lihrji lr.-m the west-rn taruis for export this yeiir At the tilci pnee of 35 per husuel it ! lit Ca�h I.^J.'Hill.V'Kl an fcOGll ut> .an u.aiket t!��.:r prt.duce. bj t�nner� of the t's4tr: provision lm* bt-�.ii Ilia ic by U.e iloiilltliiiU gn. t-rntiient to fin*i:> - in.- �rop? Although tireut Uriiiin ,,.1ini- our wheat and will take every on l.ei wt> can *par*, ehe is not iu tr.-e p->it!un lo pay ca�h fur what abf g.-t� -Sir Thomas White, '!it:!5'er ot l':nai:ce in the Dominion government states thai a very con-aiderable portion of the crop will he nuanved through the VU'.oiy l�an', therefor..', tls..' is .me very good rea-ri,:\ ii tin- jiuiriuiic roason werts not sa:fi�;idnt- why every man, woman and child in the U.jn.mion should make the iticc*-** of the forthcoming Vic uory I^ian beyond pemdventure. Sir Thomas further .says that the crop could not be moved unleM tho Uo-mitifon government furnished a con-jiiderable amount of money by way of an advance to the Itritish govern-inent. which is the purchaser of the wheat. Wheat Depends on Loan The situation ought to be clear to every westerner. I'pon the success of the loan depends the future of the i great industry which is being built up ; iu the west. t Last year the Dominion government hud lo make advances amounting to 11lOO.uoo.OOu. We were faced with this situation: that Great Hritain could not 'pay cash for her purchases in this j country and that the United States could no longer help to finance Can- ada. The loan was able to finance Ui� only purcUMtst' who could buy (PM Rinex is the best sole material ever devised for school shoes. Wet pavements and damp ground hold no fear for the mother whose child is shod with excess pruii'ii'ts, namely Great Url-I tain. The i-f:..(t. of course, was to in-creaso the volume of builne.ss, and as a result Cmada has enjoyed a period of gre.�i prosperity. i How the Exports Crew l Let us look at figures which tell ot tiie givat volume of trade that has come to Canuda. I*a�t year was ono of huge exiiorta While In 1015 our farmer* exported animal and agricultural product* to the valuo of flfOf),-oou.ubo. that trado increased bo rapidly that in the fiscal year ended the j ;;ii>t of Mar.ii, 1918, our farmers exported i'f th.. value ot no less thun i |74o,noo,0�o, tho largest agricultural exports in the history of the country. The western farmers are responsible tor a great proportion of this Increase and the volume of business mude possible by the accretion of ho much wealth had ;> most stimulating effect on industry generally throughout the ' country. Averting a Calamity i Thfi great we*torn public^-there are ; nearly twu million people Jiving be-: i ween Ijike Superior and the Rockies --depi-nd chiefly on agriculture. They are all just hh much interested as the grain growers They all know that a crop failure would be a calamity from which ihi! west would not soon recover; but they should know aa well that it would he just as much a calamity if the weal were not In a position to market its wheat. High pric-! ea have made Wheat King. There | will ho over twtup. und red 'million dol-: lam put into ttisfpqcketfl of'thc woa-, tern grain Krow'Sfa; a�. soon as the | wheat can be .jJaxeA'OELtbe market, 'and th'o*J>()nilfy& JwvSl'nment will jbave. Dm" cashFr^dyT providing the I Victory Loan is the SUCCJCBH that is au-ittaiputed. ' '� ' ' It helps prevent the colds and other illnesses caused by damp feet and means longer wear and money saved on the children's shoes. Rinex also helps around the house. It'will not scar furniture or polished floors and it reduces the noiie of children romping indoors. Rinex makes new shoes easy for the children's feet-no breaking in is needed. Its non-slip grip prevents many of the falls so common to childhood. Be sure your kiddies' shoes are soled with Rinex-they will last twice as long. The same resiliency, waterproof-ness and toughness marks all Rinex Soles - for children or adults. ^ Rinex is made and guaranteed by Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Limited Head Office, Montreal WsMtarn Branches s Winnipeg, Brandon, Reglna, Sawksttoon, k Edmonton, Calgary^ Lathbridga, Vancouver, Victoria. 10 ;